No Dig 2017

Posts In: Oil, gas & energy

15 August 2017
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Utility location

PipeHawk releases e-SafePRO

PipeHawk has released the e-SafePRO, a new all service avoidance tool utilising ground penetrating radar (GPR) for underground utility location.

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1 August 2017
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Events

NDDU exhibition space sells out!

Exhibition space for Australasia’s only dedicated Trenchless Technology conference and exhibition, the ASTT’s No-Dig Down Under (NDDU), has sold out.

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1 August 2017
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Events

Last chance registrations available for ASCE Pipelines 2017 Conference

Last minute registrations are still available with less than a week until the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Pipelines 2017 Conference taking place in Phoenix, Arizona on 6-9 August.

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17 July 2017
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Featured

Herrenknecht TBM completes Belchen rehabilitation tunnelling

Herrenknecht’s custom designed 13.91 m diameter tunnel boring machine (TBM) completed 3.2 km of tunnelling for the Belchen rehabilitation project last month, 3 months ahead of schedule.

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17 July 2017
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Inspection & condition assessment

Company utilises vacuum excavation in Florida

A Florida-based company, SignCrafters, has used a Vac-Tron vacuum excavator to complete a 0.9 m diameter and 2.4 m deep sign installation hole at a medical centre in Leesburg, Florida.

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7 July 2017
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Inspection & condition assessment

Subsite acquires RTS’ pipeline inspection assets

Subsite Electronics has announced it has acquired the camera inspection assets of RS Technical Services (RTS).

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4 July 2017
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From the magazine

Laying the foundations in Qatar

As part of its preparations for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Qatar is in the midst of an unprecedented level of construction in the leadup to the event.

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4 July 2017
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From the magazine

Tesla founder Elon Musk’s venture into tunnels is anything but boring

Billionaire-entrepreneur Elon Musk, who confirmed he was venturing into underground construction earlier this year, has started the construction of the first of what he says will be many tunnels in Los Angeles, California.

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28 June 2017
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From the magazine

Dakota Access is open for business

After extended periods of uncertainty and political upheaval, crude oil has finally started flowing the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline. The project, which utilised horizontal directional drilling (HDD) for several water crossings, had been in limbo until Donald Trump revitalised it as one of his first acts once taking the office of President.

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20 June 2017
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Oil, gas & energy

Aquam Corp reveals changes at JD7

JD7 has announced that it will effectively be known as Aquam Pipe Diagnostics.

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6 June 2017
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Pipe jacking

Colombia prepares to host Trenchless World Congress

Colombia will showcase its progress as an emerging economy at the forefront Trenchless Technology during the Trenchless World Congress later this year.

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6 June 2017
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Installation

Deadline approaches for UKSTT Awards

The deadline to submit awards entries for the UKSTT Award Ceremony is approaching next month on 7 July 2017.

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6 June 2017
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Inspection & condition assessment

Mini-Cam launches new range of products

Mini-Cam has launched a range of new products – including the CRP140 Crawler – at Drain-Ex 2017 in Harrogate, UK on 1-2 June 2017.

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6 June 2017
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Inspection & condition assessment

Last chance to register for trenchless event in Paris

Registrations are closing soon for Villes Sans Tranchée which will take place in Paris, France on 20-22 June 2017.

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23 May 2017
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Microtunnelling

Registrations available for Trenchless World Congress

Registrations are still available for the Trenchless World Congress, which will take place in Colombia in September.

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23 May 2017
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Tunnelling

WSP announces worldwide changes

WSP Parsons Brinckerhoff has announced changes that will have global repercussions.

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23 May 2017
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HDD

No-Dig Show 2018 opens abstract submissions

The North American Society for Trenchless Technology (NASTT) has started accepting abstracts for its 2018 No-Dig Show, which will take place in Palm Springs, California.

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10 May 2017
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Featured

German project completes world first in wash boring

Dutch horizontal directional drilling (HDD) specialist Visser & Smit Hanab has collaborated with a collection of European contractors to complete a ground breaking project, using wash boring to replace a damaged pipeline underneath the Spree River, Germany.

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10 May 2017
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Featured

Elon Musk outlines vision for boring company

Billionaire-entrepreneur Elon Musk has confirmed his latest venture into underground construction during a TED Talk last month.

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10 May 2017
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Featured

NASTT No-Dig Show photos now available online

Did you get snapped at the NASTT No-Dig Show in Washington D.C.? Your photo has been uploaded to the Trenchless International and is available to be viewed online.

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10 May 2017
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HDD

Registrations open for trenchless event in Paris

Registrations are available for Villes Sans Tranchée which will take place in Paris, France on 20-22 June.

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6 December 2016
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Featured

Utility commences Thames tunnel work

One of the world’s largest gas and electricity utilities, National Grid, has started work on its biggest civil engineering project; a 330 m long tunnel under the River Thames.

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8 November 2016
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Featured

National Grid starts consultations on US$3.5 b project

The UK’s National Grid has started consultations on its £2.8 billion (US$3.5 billion) project to connect the Moorside nuclear power plant to the network, and protect the Lake District National Park.

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25 October 2016
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Featured

Aqualiner lodges patent application for lining product

Aqualiner has applied for a patent for technology it has developed to improve its equipment in water pipes, and also has potential use in pipe renewal, gas distribution and rising sewer mains.

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20 May 2016
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Featured

Skanska wins £40 m River Humber Gas Pipeline contract

National Grid has awarded Skanska with a £40 million design build contract for a tunnel underneath the Humber River on the east coast of Northern England.

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15 April 2016
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National Grid uses sliplining to replace essential gas mains

The international electricity and gas company has been using Trenchless Technology to repair and replace vital gas mains in London.

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